More than 80% of adults have low magnesium, and The Guyer Institute can help you understand the many benefits of bolstering your levels. We have an array of supplements that enable this mineral to get to and remain at the ideal level.
Why is this so important? Low magnesium can contribute significantly to low energy, depression, abnormal blood sugar levels, increased anxiety, and aggravated asthma.
The real challenge comes because low magnesium levels decrease both naturally, and if you consume too much soda, coffee, salt, and alcohol. Many people do, yet they don’t know it is likely affecting their body’s chemistry and a healthy way of life.
“Magnesium deficiency is extraordinarily common,” says Dale Guyer, MD. “Here at the Guyer Institute, we can obtain your levels, counsel you on the best courses of action, and help you regain and sustain optimal magnesium and improved well-being.”
Low magnesium levels can also cause major digestive problems, raise blood pressure, and increase the risk of heart disease. It’s apparent: the impacts can be profound if you remain unaware of your levels of this vital mineral.
The Supplement Store of The Guyer Institute has a superb stock of magnesium supplements available to help you boost your magnesium. http://bit.ly/TheSupplementStore.
It is critical, though, to talk with one of our practitioners to determine if magnesium supplementation is right, smart, and safe for you.
The Guyer Institute also offers IV therapies containing magnesium. It is the most direct way to raise low magnesium and ensure all of its advantages.
Here, a rundown of our major magnesium supplements and their unique attributes. They can make a distinct difference in your health.
– Blend of potassium and magnesium in aspartate form
– Usual dose: twice daily
– Broad approach to supplementation
– Usual dose is 2 daily
– Highly absorbable and water soluble
– Gentle on GI tract
– 1 tsp daily
– Unique because it crosses blood/brain barrier
– Improves magnesium uptake in brain
– Usual dose: 2-4 daily
At The Guyer Institute, we assess, educate, treat, and monitor. Low magnesium can and should be addressed. Stay in sync: it’s a key to having the health you want.